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Manga: Umineko no Naku Koro ni
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Umineko no Naku Koro ni
Manga: Chainsaw Man
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Chainsaw Man
This rec may seem far-fetched, but I love these two series for many similar thematic reasons. Umineko's themes dealing in child abuse, especially from the issues of a mother upon a child, have strong parallels to Denji's relationship with Makima. The struggle of breaking a cycle of trauma and abuse through the lens of compassion is a constant theme. The realities of death and grief and how to move on in the aftermath play a huge part in both. Further, both have absurdist and fantasy-laced battles that are more about the characters and their interactions than pure action. They are deeply invested in how japanese society frequently fails its youth and have strong relationships with the continuing recession that has been affecting youth since the 1990s.
Manga: Genshiken
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Genshiken
Manga: Motokare ga Fudanshi ni Natteorimashite.
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Motokare ga Fudanshi ni Natteorimashite.
Both stories involve characters drawing BL doujinshi and attending Comiket.
Manga: Skip to Loafer
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Skip to Loafer
Manga: After School Lessons for Unripe Apples
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After School Lessons for Unripe Apples
First of all the time setting is similar; the characters are transitioning from childhood to young adulthood and experiencing the emotions that come with it. The two mangas are funny and have similar cute/funny interactions between the friends. Miae and Mitsumi are both bubbly, funny and cutely earnest characters while Shima and Cheol both have struggles with their past and self image and find comfort in the girls. The two stories are also similar in that they don't solely focus on just romance, but also friendships and struggles of adolescence. And lastly, both mangas give me the same feeling of comfort and nostalgia about my school days which I believe most readers would relate to.
Manga: Happy Sugar Life
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Happy Sugar Life
Manga: Kitanai Kimi ga Ichiban Kawaii
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Kitanai Kimi ga Ichiban Kawaii
the killing stalking's of girls' love manga <3 both involve two girls in an unhealthy, obsessive relationship where their dynamics are too complicated to be described as "romantic" (especially for happy sugar life). still, they love each other in their own way - that is considered twisted by anyone else. you'll find that many characters in the cast have a hidden dark side to them and/or are mentally ill. psychological-adjacent genre, yet have deceptively cute artstyles. emotionally compelling, even if characters are in the wrong.
Manga: Homunculus
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Homunculus
Manga: Kokou no Hito
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Kokou no Hito
alonee again
Manga: Zaregoto Series
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Zaregoto Series
Manga: Youkoso Jitsuryoku Shijou Shugi no Kyoushitsu e
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Youkoso Jitsuryoku Shijou Shugi no Kyoushitsu e
To some degree very similar MCs(vague, ambigious and emotionally scarred), who want to appear normal, despite being very abnormal themselves. Both have psychological elements and exceptional character development. The characters are eccentric and extremely well written, they have amazing dynamics and the dialogue is superb. If you enjoyed one of these series I'm sure you will like the other without fail.
Manga: Koiwazurai no Ellie
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Koiwazurai no Ellie
Manga: Wota⇄Doru: Oshi ga Watashi de Watashi ga Oshi de
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Wota⇄Doru: Oshi ga Watashi de Watashi ga Oshi de
Star-Crossed and Lovesick Ellie are two shoujo romance manga where the main character is quite a bit of a pervert for a boy who is (to some varying levels) creeped out by that and will clearly be her love interest, which is pretty unexpected to see as a longtime shoujo manga reader. They're both relatively newer series, so the modern shoujo art style with clean-looking line art is featured front and center along with some more modern-feeling humor compared to most other/popular shoujo works.
Manga: Hunter x Hunter
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Hunter x Hunter
Manga: JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 6: Stone Ocean
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JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 6: Stone Ocean
I recommend all of JoJo, both hxh and jjba have fun and unique power systems, they both have good characters, both have amazing world building. When comparing them, you can find so many similarities between them.
Manga: My Daughter Is the Final Boss
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My Daughter Is the Final Boss
Manga: My Daughter Is a Dragon!
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My Daughter Is a Dragon!
Both series follow a father who's daughter is OP as hell and struggle with parenting such a powerful being. Both are really wholesome when it comes to the father/daughter relationship and Final Boss even has the mother involved too. Final Boss is a bit more serious with its action setting but highly recommend both as they're both great parenting manhwa.
Manga: Iryuu: Team Medical Dragon
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Iryuu: Team Medical Dragon
Manga: Black Jack
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Black Jack
Team Medical Dragon builds up on what Black Jack started, a tale of curious medical operations combined with philosophies of life.
Manga: Iryuu: Team Medical Dragon
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Iryuu: Team Medical Dragon
Manga: Black Jack ni Yoroshiku
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Black Jack ni Yoroshiku
Great medical drama that combine the action and adrenaline of surgeries with the stories of the doctors as people.
Manga: The Tyrant's Guardian Is an Evil Witch
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The Tyrant's Guardian Is an Evil Witch
Manga: Our Tyrant Became Young
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Our Tyrant Became Young
Both the mls are kids at first both the fls know the original plot and transmigrated into the original characters both fls are trying to survive through the original plot our tyrant became young again i like better though cause its a bit strange in the gaurdian is an evil witch the way the ml is a child and like the grows up and falls in love with the fl its giving pedophilia gaurdian is an evil witch was discontinued so if you were sad and are looking for smth else to read this is it sadly its only in the early 20s
Manga: Kuzumi-kun, Kuuki Yometemasu ka?
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Kuzumi-kun, Kuuki Yometemasu ka?
Manga: Kuroiwa Medaka ni Watashi no Kawaii ga Tsuujinai
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Kuroiwa Medaka ni Watashi no Kawaii ga Tsuujinai
Same story: popular and cute girl ends falling for a no-good looking MC who ignores her. However, even if both are cute histories, Kuzumi is a 4-koma like gag manga while Kuroiwa is a more serious love comedy story.
Manga: Omniscient Reader
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Omniscient Reader
Manga: How to Use a Returner
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How to Use a Returner
Both series have a similar setting with them being transported to a fantasy setting in which they need to gather allies to survive. (Difference being in Omniscient Reader the fantasy comes to the real world rather than the MC going to the fantasy) Both MCs are really similar as well with them being the calculating type. Highly recommend them both if you haven't read one or the other.
Manga: Dr. Duo
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Dr. Duo
Manga: The Ghost Doctor
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The Ghost Doctor
Two boys who are confronted with a ghost of a famous doctor who died, and are the source for them to grow strongly and receive the most valuable medical information, which makes it look as if they're geniuses. *Both of these are very informative towards the reader.
Manga: World Trigger
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World Trigger
Manga: Sentai Daishikkaku
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Sentai Daishikkaku
It has a similair vibe with alien like creatures coming to a city and having to create a on the spot army to fight these aliens. Also a wide array of characters.
Manga: Kusuriya no Hitorigoto
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Kusuriya no Hitorigoto
Manga: Koukyuu no Musubibito
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Koukyuu no Musubibito
This might have been written to ride on the wave of popularity of Koukyuu no Musubibito. Very similar premise, detective lady in court, but one is subtle, intrigued, well-written. The other is but a poor imitation. A bowl of ramen and a cup of instant noodle.
Manga: Star Strings yori
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Star Strings yori
Manga: Takopii no Genzai
...then you might like
Takopii no Genzai
both are short psychological manga that are extremely sad.
Manga: Made in Abyss
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Made in Abyss
Manga: Star Strings yori
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Star Strings yori
same author, similar themes, sad.
Manga: Yakusoku no Neverland
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Yakusoku no Neverland
Manga: Takopii no Genzai
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Takopii no Genzai
the children are suffering
Manga: Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon
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Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon
Manga: Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica
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Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica
mahou shoujo manga with their fair share of dark moments alike.
Manga: Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica
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Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica
Manga: Houseki no Kuni
...then you might like
Houseki no Kuni
not what they seem to be. dark elements with a cutesy art style.
Manga: Death Note
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Death Note
Manga: Munou na Nana
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Munou na Nana
murders done secretly by someone who claims to be innocent and does it for their own sense of "justice" and such.
Manga: Tokyo Ghoul
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Tokyo Ghoul
Manga: Happiness
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Happiness
A character is turned into a supernatural being and tries to fight the urge to feast on humans.
Manga: Made in Abyss
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Made in Abyss
Manga: Takopii no Genzai
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Takopii no Genzai
the children are suffering
Manga: Made in Abyss
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Made in Abyss
Manga: Yakusoku no Neverland
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Yakusoku no Neverland
the children are suffering
Manga: ●Rec
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●Rec
Manga: Takopii no Genzai
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Takopii no Genzai
short, sad manga feat. young female protagonists. you will probably find yourself crying while reading either of them.
Manga: Munou na Nana
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Munou na Nana
Manga: Among Us
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Among Us
lies, murders done by people who claim to be innocent.
Manga: Death Note
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Death Note
Manga: Among Us
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Among Us
lies, murders done by people who claim to be innocent.
Manga: Rex: Kyouryuu Monogatari
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Rex: Kyouryuu Monogatari
Manga: Gal to Kyouryuu
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Gal to Kyouryuu
cute manga about taking care of dinosaurs.
Manga: Fushigi Neko no Kyuu-chan
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Fushigi Neko no Kyuu-chan
Manga: Gal to Kyouryuu
...then you might like
Gal to Kyouryuu
cute manga about taking care of pets with plenty of humor and a similar sense of humor.
Manga: Fushigi Neko no Kyuu-chan
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Fushigi Neko no Kyuu-chan
Manga: Jiji Neko Kurashi
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Jiji Neko Kurashi
-Both stores follow everyday life with cat. -Super cute and wholesome
Manga: Issak
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Issak
Manga: Ookami wa Nemuranai
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Ookami wa Nemuranai
Experienced fighters who prefer being on their own, and are able to swiftly kill opponents. They don't show lots of emotions. <> Issak has more more intricate politics, Ookami wa Nemuranai is almost pure adventure.
Manga: Kishuku Gakkou no Juliet
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Kishuku Gakkou no Juliet
Manga: Kaoru Hana wa Rin to Saku
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Kaoru Hana wa Rin to Saku
Both Romeo and Juliet type stories about two teens at different schools which both have comically intense rivalries. Main difference is that Boarding School Juliet is more comedy focused, while this one is more romance focused.
Manga: Domestic na Kanojo
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Domestic na Kanojo
Manga: Peach Sorbet
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Peach Sorbet
Same Story just peach sorbet has More Ecchi& Comedy And there are two Brothers and a Girl Not two Sisters Brother 1 her old Teacher Brother 2 §ex Friend You can read peach Sorbet online Story of Peach Sorbet 9/10 Charakters 8/10 Drama 4/10 Ecchi 10/10
Manga: Claymore
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Claymore
Manga: Leviathan
...then you might like
Leviathan
both about fighting insane monsters, but also has a bit of conspiracy and politics in both of them. the protagonists both use heavy large cutting blades, with very similar fighting styles. kana is VERY similar to claire, with almost an identical back story and also personality, and they also fight with two broad swords in a very similar way, the world building is very different though, one is sci fi and on sea, and one is middle ages and fantasy
Manga: Kiichi!!
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Kiichi!!
Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
...then you might like
Oyasumi Punpun
Both titles follow the lives of boys from childhood onwards while Kiichi and Punpun have very different personality both are protagonist driven stories about how people react to the traumatic events that happen to them.
Manga: S-Rank Boukensha de Aru Ore no Musume-tachi wa Juudo no Fathercon deshita
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S-Rank Boukensha de Aru Ore no Musume-tachi wa Juudo no Fathercon deshita
Manga: Katainaka no Ossan, Kensei ni Naru: Tada no Inaka no Kenjutsu Shihan Datta noni, Taisei shita Deshi-tachi ga Ore wo Hottekurenai Ken
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Katainaka no Ossan, Kensei ni Naru: Tada no Inaka no Kenjutsu Shihan Datta noni, Taisei shita Deshi-tachi ga Ore wo Hottekurenai Ken
Story about an insanely powerful man that ended up on the sidelines and trains "daughters" or students into the best in the world in their fields. Both stories revolve around the teacher's/father's lifestyle revolving around moving in with their students and making a new name for themselves.
Manga: Solo Leveling
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Solo Leveling
Manga: The Skeleton Soldier Failed to Defend the Dungeon
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The Skeleton Soldier Failed to Defend the Dungeon
Both of the main characters have access to a menu screen which can be used to see their inventory, statistics, etc. They both eventually become overpowered after levelling up.
Manga: Death Note
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Death Note
Manga: Ajin
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Ajin
Death Note is a psychological battle between two Geniuses. Ajin is like that if both geniuses were immortal. I would describe ajin as a combination of "Death Note" and "Tokyo Ghoul".
Manga: Tokyo Ghoul
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Tokyo Ghoul
Manga: Ajin
...then you might like
Ajin
When people die they have a small chance to be brought back to life. these people are called "Ajins" or Demi-Humans they are hunted by japans scientists. Ajin and Tokyo ghoul are very similar when it comes to ghouls and ajins. I would describe ajin as a combination of "Death Note" and "Tokyo Ghoul".
Manga: Bokkou
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Bokkou
Manga: Kingdom
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Kingdom
Both going on in ancient China during the Warring States period with pretty much the same topics, Bokkou showcasing in the defence of cities rather than the battles will interest a reader who's liked Kingdom, with deeper societal and philosophical insights
Manga: Pita-Ten
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Pita-Ten
Manga: Strawberry Fields wo Mou Ichido
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Strawberry Fields wo Mou Ichido
Strawberry Fields Once Again and Pita-Ten are two fantasy/supernatural series about an aloof, quiet purple-haired MC suddenly meeting a cheerful girl who seems to know them beforehand and wish to go out with them. The girl also seems to have some kind of unusual circumstances, like maybe not being from the MC's time or not even human, and she is so clumsy and popular to the point of possibly being moe pandering (lol). Don't let the innocent story start fool you into thinking it'll be a light romp of a casual read, however.
Manga: Strawberry Fields wo Mou Ichido
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Strawberry Fields wo Mou Ichido
Manga: Cosmo Familia*
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Cosmo Familia*
Strawberry Fields Once Again and Cosmo Familia* are two 3-volume series themed around time travel, with the main character being a girl somehow traveling back into the past in order to meet another girl who she had been looking/waiting for in her time. There's some wholesome moments at first, which may make the later story elements a surprising read for some looking for girls' love; speaking of which, there are elements of that, and although the latter's main two girls aren't the subject of such, there are still GL hints as well as positive lesbian representation.
Manga: Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica
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Mahou Shoujo Madoka★Magica
Manga: Strawberry Fields wo Mou Ichido
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Strawberry Fields wo Mou Ichido
Strawberry Fields Once Again and Puella Magi Madoka Magica are two 3-volume series focusing primarily on two girls; there are girls' love/GL/lesbian elements, which could be a bit of a spoiler for the latter, but the series is kinda notorious for it along with other things, and no point hiding that for the latter. There is also another common plot similarity, but that one is definitely a spoiler for the latter; I suppose just keep note of past, memories, and seemingly unlikely relationships (whether romance or platonic) as common themes.
Manga: Kuragehime
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Kuragehime
Manga: Wota⇄Doru: Oshi ga Watashi de Watashi ga Oshi de
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Wota⇄Doru: Oshi ga Watashi de Watashi ga Oshi de
Star-Crossed and Princess Jellyfish are two comedy manga series aimed at women—especially nerds, otakus, and other obsessed types, as the one of the primary protagonists is a girl who is huge geek for someone/something. Her obsessive nature often shows up in the narrative in one way or another, including many jokes referencing it and how she meets a boy in probably the most unexpected circumstances possible considering their lifestyles. Transformations are also, in a way, a common theme, whether literal or just metaphorical.
Manga: Wota⇄Doru: Oshi ga Watashi de Watashi ga Oshi de
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Wota⇄Doru: Oshi ga Watashi de Watashi ga Oshi de
Manga: Shousetsu Kimi no Na wa.
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Shousetsu Kimi no Na wa.
Star-Crossed and Your Name are two supernatural stories with a male MC and the female MC switching bodies for some reason, making them dual leads throughout the story. Star-Crossed features more exaggerated supernatural and comedic elements, but both are otherwise focused on a current, contemporary Japan setting and showing many reactions the characters have to the body-swapping and therefore whatever circumstances they'll end up being subjected to and needing to deal with in potentially hilarious ways.
Manga: Kill la Kill
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Kill la Kill
Manga: What Happens Inside the Dungeon
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What Happens Inside the Dungeon
This is just Kill la Kill with rearranged roles
Manga: Berserk
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Berserk
Manga: Vinland Saga
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Vinland Saga
Its like Vinland Saga except way better and focuses on the dark hopeless reality rather than the main character finding inner peace and making up for all the people hes killed. Berserk's fantasy element really enhances the plot as well.
Manga: Gekiga Hyouryuu
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Gekiga Hyouryuu
Manga: Comfortable and Happy
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Comfortable and Happy
Both work detail the life and struggle of a poor manga/manhwa artist, both with their job and with the environment surrounding them
Manga: Honey Lemon Soda
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Honey Lemon Soda
Manga: Rumor Has It
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Rumor Has It
The relationship between main characters are very similar, they're comfort, moreover the personalities of both heroines are extremely similar as well. Uka & Hyejin have problems with communication, dating and love. They're learning step-by-step and improving their social skills and love life.
Manga: Angel Densetsu
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Angel Densetsu
Manga: Change Guy
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Change Guy
Two misunderstood guys who unwillingly became the one to be feared at the top of the delinquent food chain in schools. They have not wished for their followers to stick that close to them! *The comedy is smooth!
Manga: Shounen no Abyss
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Shounen no Abyss
Manga: Mr. Mallow Blue
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Mr. Mallow Blue
Gives Same vibes Storys are a Bit the Same Both have good Art and story
Manga: Who Made Me a Princess
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Who Made Me a Princess
Manga: Noroigo no Meshitsukai
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Noroigo no Meshitsukai
Both Are Shojo like Both have Main Boy whit blonde Hair Both are Prinz , Princess you know Storys Noroigo no Meshitsukai: Story 8/10 Art 10/10 Charakters 8/10
Manga: There Must Be Happy Endings
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There Must Be Happy Endings
Manga: No Marriage Is Perfect
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No Marriage Is Perfect
"There Must Be Happy Endings" and "No Marriage is Perfect" both showcase a wife and husband once struggling to maintain their relationship, but slowly but surely build a better relationship of one another and being truly in love.
Manga: Shirogane no Nina
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Shirogane no Nina
Manga: Amaama to Inazuma
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Amaama to Inazuma
wholesome childcare manga
Manga: Amaama to Inazuma
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Amaama to Inazuma
Manga: Chichi to Hige-Gorilla to Watashi
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Chichi to Hige-Gorilla to Watashi
wholesome childcare manga
Manga: Yotsuba to!
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Yotsuba to!
Manga: Amaama to Inazuma
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Amaama to Inazuma
wholesome childcare manga
Manga: Yotsuba to!
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Yotsuba to!
Manga: Shirogane no Nina
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Shirogane no Nina
wholesome childcare manga
Manga: Bleach
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Bleach
Manga: Jujutsu Kaisen
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Jujutsu Kaisen
They both have a similar enemy, with curses and spirits which are ultimately caused by mankind. Groups are formed to combat these enemies, with many types of combatants and different combat styles and abilities.
Manga: Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou 4-koma Anthology
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Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou 4-koma Anthology
Manga: Ishuzoku Joshi ni ○○ suru Hanashi
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Ishuzoku Joshi ni ○○ suru Hanashi
Both mangas revolve around the daily life of monster girls and share a format similar to yonkoma, being the Monster Musume anthology more varied due to a large number of guest artists, focusing on giving its imprint to a story from an already established series with recognizable characters, while Ishuzoku is simpler and focuses more on perverted jokes.
Manga: Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou
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Monster Musume no Iru Nichijou
Manga: Ishuzoku Joshi ni ○○ suru Hanashi
...then you might like
Ishuzoku Joshi ni ○○ suru Hanashi
Both mangas revolve around the daily life of monster girls, with Monster Musume more focused on romance and erotica while Ishuzoku is more focused on perverted jokes.
Manga: Seitokai Yakuindomo
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Seitokai Yakuindomo
Manga: Ishuzoku Joshi ni ○○ suru Hanashi
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Ishuzoku Joshi ni ○○ suru Hanashi
Both mangas have the atmosphere of a Japanese high school added to the jokes and perverted interactions between the students and a format similar to that of yonkoma, to be honest, I recommend Ishuzoku more than Seitokai because the first one is a little more to the point without unnecessary arcs, but both are enjoyable.
Manga: Doukyuusei
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Doukyuusei
Manga: Kimi ni Ienai Koto ga Aru
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Kimi ni Ienai Koto ga Aru
I think that the main characters from both mangas are similar in terms of personality. They are both short but definitely pull at your heartstrings nonetheless.
Manga: Berserk
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Berserk
Manga: Blaster Knuckle
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Blaster Knuckle
Horror action with lonely manly protagonists seeking for revenge. Blaster Knuckle can be compared to the Black Swordsman and Lost Children arcs of Berserk.
Manga: Blaster Knuckle
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Blaster Knuckle
Manga: JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 1: Phantom Blood
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JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 1: Phantom Blood
Comparing JoJo to Blaster Knuckle, most people would reccomend Steel Ball Run since they're both westerns set in the late 1800's, but I think Phantom Blood is more similar: also set in the late 1800's, both are also short and deals with hunts to similar inhuman enemies
Manga: Akuyaku Reijou nanode Last Boss wo Kattemimashita
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Akuyaku Reijou nanode Last Boss wo Kattemimashita
Manga: The Male Lead's Girl Friend
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The Male Lead's Girl Friend
Same genres (Fantasy, Romance) and themes (Isekai, Villainess)
Manga: Ouran Koukou Host Club
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Ouran Koukou Host Club
Manga: Horimiya
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Horimiya
First of all, I definitely suggest you watch the Ouran anime, but read the Horimiya manga for the best experience Two lovebirds meet in a strange way. Behind closed doors, they become like entirely different images of themselves. But in public, they put on a social front. Is this considered a bad thing in Ouran Koukou Host Club, or Horimiya? No, the titles both center on embracing two sides of oneself when growing up. - They both take place in late years of high school, with a bright future ahead for the main characters. - The main character in each title is a strong, masculine woman - Tidbits of helping family are included - The writing style in both titles is very romantic and beautiful while being funny at times
Manga: Kuragehime
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Kuragehime
Manga: Ase to Sekken
...then you might like
Ase to Sekken
Both are feel-good titles, centering around adults. The main characters are women with little self confidence, but are able to gradually break out of their shell with the help of a peculiar love interest, who helps them flourish by allowing them to embrace their favorite things: jellyfish in Kuragehime, and soap in Ase to Sekken. - Kuragehime has a lot of pining, whereas in Ase to Sekken, the lovin' starts immediately - One might enjoy the impact that their work has on the story - Adult readers may relate more to the characters
Manga: Koiwazurai no Ellie
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Koiwazurai no Ellie
Manga: Atashi no Pink ga Afurechau
...then you might like
Atashi no Pink ga Afurechau
"Pervy" and enthusiastic would best describe the female leads of both stories. They share a penchant for getting lost in their fantasies of love and romance. Their male love interests are similar in that they are both good-looking and popular with women, but didn't have an interest in dating until the protagonists comes along. Both mangas are listed as shoujo, but My Pink Is Overflowing feels like a josei story as the characters are older and there's quite a bit of smut.
Manga: Bungou Stray Dogs
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Bungou Stray Dogs
Manga: Yuukoku no Moriarty
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Yuukoku no Moriarty
At first glance it does not seem that both stories are similar, but they deal with similar themes. Detectives can be evidenced in both stories Even though in Bungou Stray Dogs it also focuses on the supernatural, in Yuukoku no Moriarty not really, but I sincerely recommend that if you liked bungou stray dogs you give yuukoku no moriarty a chance.
Manga: Jisatsu Circle
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Jisatsu Circle
Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
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Oyasumi Punpun
In both stories topics such as suicide and mental issues are touched. Both treat psychological genre in a similar way.
Manga: Vanitas no Karte
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Vanitas no Karte
Manga: Yuukoku no Moriarty
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Yuukoku no Moriarty
Both focus on the Victorian era. Both are of the historical genre. Both focus on solving crimes.
Manga: Kuroshitsuji
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Kuroshitsuji
Manga: Yuukoku no Moriarty
...then you might like
Yuukoku no Moriarty
Both focus on the Victorian era and England. The plot focuses mainly on solving crimes with the unique touch of its history. The protagonist is more like the antagonist of the story, just like Moriarty.
Manga: My ID Is Gangnam Beauty
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My ID Is Gangnam Beauty
Manga: True Beauty
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True Beauty
both talk about beauty standars in south korea. both have funny moments and love polygon.
Manga: Nagato Yuki-chan no Shoushitsu
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Nagato Yuki-chan no Shoushitsu
Manga: Yatara to Sasshi no Ii Ore wa, Dokuzetsu Kuudere Bishoujo no Chiisana Dere mo Minogasazu ni Guigui Iku
...then you might like
Yatara to Sasshi no Ii Ore wa, Dokuzetsu Kuudere Bishoujo no Chiisana Dere mo Minogasazu ni Guigui Iku
I have a sneaking suspicion one character might be heavily inspired by a predecessor (that in-turn also might have been inspired from a certain NGE character) from 10+ years ago
Manga: Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata
If you liked
Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata
Manga: Yatara to Sasshi no Ii Ore wa, Dokuzetsu Kuudere Bishoujo no Chiisana Dere mo Minogasazu ni Guigui Iku
...then you might like
Yatara to Sasshi no Ii Ore wa, Dokuzetsu Kuudere Bishoujo no Chiisana Dere mo Minogasazu ni Guigui Iku
Blonde girl with glasses gives out self-aware exposition to the male protag
Manga: Shachiku Succubus no Hanashi
If you liked
Shachiku Succubus no Hanashi
Manga: Dorobou-chan
...then you might like
Dorobou-chan
The way FMC entering the room of our lucky protagonist remind me with this old yet masterpiece manga, surely anyone can enjoy rather being complaining about which heroine are the best
Manga: Tonikaku Kawaii
If you liked
Tonikaku Kawaii
Manga: Yatara to Sasshi no Ii Ore wa, Dokuzetsu Kuudere Bishoujo no Chiisana Dere mo Minogasazu ni Guigui Iku
...then you might like
Yatara to Sasshi no Ii Ore wa, Dokuzetsu Kuudere Bishoujo no Chiisana Dere mo Minogasazu ni Guigui Iku
Premise and relationship dynamic is more similar to the anime adaptation in terms of pacing
Manga: Koi wa Futago de Warikirenai
If you liked
Koi wa Futago de Warikirenai
Manga: Boku no Suki na Hito ga Suki na Hito
...then you might like
Boku no Suki na Hito ga Suki na Hito
Can we get someone rate this series a little bit higher please? The art kinda cute and story wise nothing special in particular, but it has something for romcom fans out there to enjoy, okay?
Manga: Tonari no Nobukuni-san wa Ore no Koto ga Suki na Ki ga Suru
If you liked
Tonari no Nobukuni-san wa Ore no Koto ga Suki na Ki ga Suru
Manga: Koi wa Futago de Warikirenai
...then you might like
Koi wa Futago de Warikirenai
Errr..... I don't know how to describe it other than 'romcom with stuff, mostly lucky perverted and highschool romance filled with everything that would blow your mind away' things?
Manga: Kubo-san wa Mob wo Yurusanai
If you liked
Kubo-san wa Mob wo Yurusanai
Manga: Tonari no Nobukuni-san wa Ore no Koto ga Suki na Ki ga Suru
...then you might like
Tonari no Nobukuni-san wa Ore no Koto ga Suki na Ki ga Suru
Neighbors seatmate filled with bunch stupidity of romcom are nicest thing for someone who'd had nothing to do for the day, either because you have a free time on your hand or maybe you just wanna have some good things to read
Manga: Futago, Futagokoro.
If you liked
Futago, Futagokoro.
Manga: Boku no Suki na Hito ga Suki na Hito
...then you might like
Boku no Suki na Hito ga Suki na Hito
Twins romcom filled with rival to each other? This is the perfect match for you then, oh anyway don't you think twins romcom are pretty solid for romcom maniac? Is it?
Manga: Berserk
If you liked
Berserk
Manga: Claymore
...then you might like
Claymore
Gore. Very bitter struggle.
Manga: Boku dake ga Inai Machi
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Boku dake ga Inai Machi
Manga: Kimi ga Shinu Natsu ni
...then you might like
Kimi ga Shinu Natsu ni
Do you like mystery manga involving time loops and rather clever protagonists on a mission to save someone? Then you'll have a lot to enjoy in both Kimi ga Shinu Natsu ni and Boku dake ga Inai Machi. I know I definitely did. These two titles have reasonable lengths at less than 50 chapters each, so binge read for best results; chances are you'll probably be on the edge of your seat anyway, so strap in for the ride.
Manga: Witch Watch
If you liked
Witch Watch
Manga: Zenbu Bukkowasu
...then you might like
Zenbu Bukkowasu
Zenbu Bukkowasu hasn’t been running for very long, but as of now I sense a similar comedic energy from it. The stories both show a cast of magic users affecting the everyday world with their magic, with funny effects.
Manga: Highschool of the Dead
If you liked
Highschool of the Dead
Manga: Kyonyuu Dragon
...then you might like
Kyonyuu Dragon
Beyond sharing the theme of a zombie outbreak, both works have a particular style of stamping "B movies" in the manga, mixing the ridiculous with the erotic, gore, and tragedy. So if you enjoy stupid and sexy, read them; but turn off your brain first.
Manga: Look Back
If you liked
Look Back
Manga: Sayonara Eri
...then you might like
Sayonara Eri
both are some of Fujimoto's best one-shots and in both we follow someone who uses art to deal with grief, mixing comedy with drama giving us a bittersweet nostalgic flavor
Manga: Change Guy
If you liked
Change Guy
Manga: Weak Hero
...then you might like
Weak Hero
Two manhwa with delinquents in school settings. The main character is a boy who is eager to receive good grades and does not skip any class or lesson. He has a weak appearance and/or no experience with fighting at all, but he quickly learns how to neutralize that weakness. This is in contrast to his comrades who behave like they want to drop out of school to participate in street fights.
Manga: Out
If you liked
Out
Manga: Bouncer
...then you might like
Bouncer
same mangaka, pretty much the exact same vibe, characters from OUT sometimes have minor appearances or name drops in bouncer so id say theyre same universe too, but they dont reference each other often
Manga: NHK ni Youkoso!
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NHK ni Youkoso!
Manga: Asper Kanojo
...then you might like
Asper Kanojo
Similar premises of someone attempting to "save" someone else and has a unique blend of psychological and romance.
Manga: Gantz
If you liked
Gantz
Manga: Nemuri no Fuchi
...then you might like
Nemuri no Fuchi
Honestly this manga reminded me of a that Gantz feel though it wasn't excecuted/written as well as Gantz, if you want to see something generally better I'd suggest checking out Gantz. I think you can see the character visual design/art as something vaguely similar to Gantz as well.
Manga: Kawaii Hito
If you liked
Kawaii Hito
Manga: Sono Koi wa Ichigo no You ni
...then you might like
Sono Koi wa Ichigo no You ni
Both series are fluffy, low-stakes romances with little to no drama. At around 30 chapters, both are also fairly quick reads - perfect for when you're looking for something wholesome to unwind to at the end of the day.
Manga: Isekai demo Bunan ni Ikitai Shoukougun
If you liked
Isekai demo Bunan ni Ikitai Shoukougun
Manga: Hiroyuki, Isekai demo Ronpa de Musou shimasu
...then you might like
Hiroyuki, Isekai demo Ronpa de Musou shimasu
logic and words > any isekai cheat
Manga: Golden Kamuy
If you liked
Golden Kamuy
Manga: Heart Gear
...then you might like
Heart Gear
Main duo is similar to one another: Male fighter (seemingly immortal) + young girl who really care about each other. Good moments of focus on a character's unspoken feelings. Action scenes aren't dragged out for too long. Side cast has charisma and doesn't get forgotten that easily.
Manga: Fumetsu no Anata e
If you liked
Fumetsu no Anata e
Manga: Death's Game
...then you might like
Death's Game
If you like the life lesson in Fumetsu no Anata e, you may also like it in Death's Game. You'll be surprised how precious your life is and the life of those people around you.
Manga: Kakeochi Girl
If you liked
Kakeochi Girl
Manga: Ashita Niji ga Denakutemo
...then you might like
Ashita Niji ga Denakutemo
- drama between gay protagonist and seemingly "straight" secondary character - low key very similar artstyles - short manga
Manga: Overlord
If you liked
Overlord
Manga: Nageki no Bourei wa Intai shitai: Saijaku Hunter ni Yoru Saikyou Party Ikuseijutsu
...then you might like
Nageki no Bourei wa Intai shitai: Saijaku Hunter ni Yoru Saikyou Party Ikuseijutsu
Overlord: Sasuga Ainz-sama Nageki no Bourei: Sasuga Cry-sama
Manga: Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru.
If you liked
Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy wa Machigatteiru.
Manga: Dokuzetsu Shoujo no Tame ni Kitakubu Yamemashita
...then you might like
Dokuzetsu Shoujo no Tame ni Kitakubu Yamemashita
-Both stories have a teacher make a boy and a girl work together -Both stories have these characters helping others, one for the sake of rehabilitation, and one for club activities -Both are slow romances.
Manga: Manager Kim
If you liked
Manager Kim
Manga: Teenage Mercenary
...then you might like
Teenage Mercenary
Both are about the mc's being extremely strong soldiers in the army, till they leave because of their family. They both try to keep their past a secret so they and their family can live normal lives.
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